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The remains of the artificial Mulberry harbours, transported and assembled overnight at sea, remain a dramatic reminder of the audacious engineering and military feat.
By Uttam Sengupta
The page 3 people, the chatterati and those in the news for being in the news
Published feedback from our readers: rants, raves, bouquets, brickbats
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It’s the solid writing, sharp dialogue and the spot-on performances which shine along
10 Questions
The photographer on his first organised tour, The Third Eye
The states of the nation: news, headlines, gossip, rumours, things we learnt
The publishing industry going digital and possibly the worst sex scene in literature ever.
Outlook in retrospect.
Business in bitesizes
All the chatter and goss from around the world.
Cover Story
Has the PM handed over a captive audience to the Facebook CEO?
FAQ Sheet
All you wanted to know but were afraid to ask
Arushi Bedi
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This Man Is Neutral
Quite an immature view to suggest somehow that Facebook laid a trap and an unsuspecting or a conniving PM walked into it
Subho Ray
The Hindu Software Code Bill
They’re joined at the hip: the superficial modernity of Digital India and a deep, unspoken ‘Hindutva’
Nissim Mannathukkaren
politics: punjab
Ram Rahim places himself in SAD camp
karnataka: sinner saint
Same old story: powerful pontiff uses divine threat to sexually subjugate woman disciple
karnataka: sinner saint
A Different Ramakatha
A sordid saga of threats, suicide and forced sex that punctuate an ordeal persisting for three years
karnataka: sinner saint
Loyalty Bonus At Ramachandrapura
The Havyaka Brahmin community largely rallies around the seer
Ajay Sukumaran
A Conspiracy, Claims The Mutt
Swami Raghaveshwara Bharati's personal secretary claims a conspiracy to tar the image of the seer has been going on for a long time.
Outlook Interviews Mohan Bhasker Hegde
politics: muzaffarnagar riots
A probe report on the Muzaffarnagar riots gives the SP regime a clean chit
The Insnider
A regular column on the essential buzz
Europe and the world must remember refugee crises of the past
telecom: call-drops
It’s a problem affecting the common man, as the PM said. Here’s getting to the root of call-drops.
Ravish Kumar’s calm presence, hard-hitting stories, changes grammar of Hindi news TV
wildlife: great indian bustard
WIll the Great Indian Bustard be the first species to go extinct in India?
20 Outspoken, Outstanding, Outlier
That in-depth journalism that Outlook used to be known for is lost.
20 Outspoken, Outstanding, Outlier
Why I Like Outlook
Whenever my friends and I have spoken about planning and initiating our magazine, one of our reference magazines had always been Outlook.
Aseem Trivedi
Mind your body
Health cannot be bought with prescription, money and influence.
A random sample from the British periodicals
Seventh edition of the Nakshatra Dance Festival, the dirtiest man alive and how to cure tooth aches.
Activist-author Naomi Klein and her director husband Avi Lewis on their latest feature-length documentary.
Though written out of history, Narasimha Rao was the true face of liberalisation. This book gives him his due.
Kalyani Shankar on To The Brink And Back: India’s 1991 Story By Jairam Ramesh
Best to read a chapter, play the song and listen to the tune unfolding. Only then can one understand it better.
Sathya Saran on Gaata Rahe Mera Dil: 50 Classic Hindi Songs By Aniruddha Bhattacharyya and Balaji Vittal
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